Category Archives: Disney Movie Recap

E.299 Finding Nemo a Loving Look Back

Today we wanted to talk about one of the best Pixar movies ever, Finding Nemo. Relive the movie with us today on the Obscure Disney Podcast.

E.293 Disney+ New Releases

Today we wanted to talk a bit about some of the updates coming to Disney+ and what new shows you can expect to see soon.

E.291 Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back, May the 4th be With You

One of the best days of the year, May 4th, and what will forever be known as Star Wars Day, we decided what better way to celebrate than with The Empire Strikes Back!

E.290 Inside Outs Bing Bong Disney Patch Cast

Today we are talking about one of Pixar’s best supporting characters ever, Bing Bong from Inside Out, and how he inspired this month patch.

E.285 Let it Go from Frozen on Broadway

The show we know and love has one of the best moment on Broadway, and that is Let it go from Frozen, We are talking about the changes from the California Adventure show to Broadway.


E.284 Pixar’s Onward now on Disney Plus

With everyone at home, we thought we would discuss what is on everyone’s mind, Pixar’s Onward now on Disney Plus today on the Obscure Disney Podcast.

E.282 Mickey’s Runaway Railway Short Films

If you have not yet seen the Mickey Shorts, we are telling you a bit about what your have been missing out on and how it inspired the newest ride, Mickey’s Runaway Railway at Hollywood Studios.

E.281 Disneyland Downtime

Like most of us, Disney has some downtime going on right now, today we wanted to discuss what we would do if we had Disney downtime in the parks.

E.280 The Sword in the Stone (1963) Review

With all the downtime we decided to cozy up to DisneyPlus and give the Sword in the Stone a watch, and we love it! This is the complete review and additional thoughts on this loved Disney movie!

E.279 Abandoned Village of Disney-like Castles in Turkey

There’s a $200 million abandoned village of Disney-like castles in Turkey. Take a look inside.

From far away, the Burj Al Babas could be confused for a diorama of miniature villas. The homes all look the same, their blue-grey steeples and Gothic fixtures calling to mind the castles in Disney films.

When the project first began in 2014, its developer, the Sarot Group, hoped the luxury aesthetic would appeal to wealthy foreign buyers. Now the homes sit empty at the base of Turkey’s northwestern mountains.


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